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Highdown Gardens
#2 of 29 things to do in Worthing
Kids love it for it's magical feel parents love it for being contained and everyone loves the crafted thoughtful beauty of this well designed masterpiece of gardening architecture.
My kids have grown up exploring the secret pathways and small hiding spaces and I have had romantic walks and picnics with friends and family for years and it's as beautiful as ever.
Time Lock Escape Rooms
#29 of 29 things to do in Worthing
Our family group ranging in age from 13 - 50 something had a brilliant hour & a half licked into the delightful Timelock in Worthing.
This was such an amazing visit for family and friends to bond.
Dome Cinema
#29 of 29 things to do in Worthing
Great little cinema, love it friendly staff, good prices thoroughly recommend they even offered a extra little seat box so that kids can see over other people, great idea top cinema had cup holders too
The environment is perfect for a blend of Children and Adults!
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery
#3 of 29 things to do in Worthing
I've always loved this museum since I was a kid and it changes every few months I enjoy the outside area and used to take my younger brother there as it's free and could spend a while there then go to the library...
Went with 2 kids under 9. Had a great time at family art Friday, excellent value £2:50 each and stay as long as you like.
Connaught Theatre
#5 of 29 things to do in Worthing
The place is absolutely INCREDIBLE , the chairs are comfy, the screen enormous, we sat in the balcony where the generous spacing between rows means kids aren't looking through other people's heads.
Worthing Pier
#4 of 29 things to do in Worthing
Always enjoyable to visit, great food and views!! Child and pet friendly, kids love the amusements and there is some great local art work on display along the pier.
I love meeting here at the weekend for a lovely full English breakfast with friends and family, it's now one of my favourite places in Worthing, it feels like you are on a boat with the sea all around you and good...
Worthing Beach
#7 of 29 things to do in Worthing
Part pebble with sand when the tide is out makes it a fab cheap day out with children , fog walking etc .
You get swimmers, kitesurfers, sunbathers, ponies, dogs, families, runners - all sorts!
Brooklands Go Karts
#29 of 29 things to do in Worthing
Very patient and really encouraged them, kids absolutely loved it, we will definitely be going again, prices were really good, brilliant treat for all of us
It is very enjoyable entertainment for kids of all ages:) Would definitely go again in future n highly recommend Fr all families with children on holidays.
High Salvington Windmill
#6 of 29 things to do in Worthing
My family love visiting the windmill and love climbing the steps up to the mill room at the top!
A working windmill, staffed by volunteers, hands on activities for the children and fine views towards Worthing and Cissbury Ring.
Roundstone Farm
#10 of 29 things to do in Worthing
Really love visiting this farm, staff are very friendly and smiling throughout, my kids love to visit there at least twice monthly despite the distance.
It's good for children to see just how it all grows and the produce is also good value.
Beach House Park
#11 of 29 things to do in Worthing
... with some lovely flowerbeds, international standard bowling greens, two war memorials (Battle of the Boar's Head, Pigeon memorial), a café / restaurant (Palm Court Pavilion) and a basic children’s play area.
Brooklands Pleasure Park
#19 of 29 things to do in Worthing
This was a fantastic place to visit as the children were allowed to play in the soft play area while waiting for Santa.My grandson loved the fact that he also met a life size Elsa, Olaf and Marshall.It was very or...
Fabulous family run park.
Marine Gardens
#13 of 29 things to do in Worthing
This place is a secret, nicknamed pine cone alley by my kids.
... the "gingersnappa" and I think I overheard someone refer to him as the Worthing Viking, but either way, his good looks are matched only by his charm and I hope that one day he will be the father of my children.,
Steyne Gardens
#15 of 29 things to do in Worthing
AMF Bowling Worthing
#29 of 29 things to do in Worthing
If you are looking to do something different with family or friends in Worthing bowling is great!
Plenty for families and the kids.
Splashpoint Leisure Centre
#24 of 29 things to do in Worthing
There is a kids pool and paddling pool outside which is always nice and warm for the little ones.
Prices were reasonable, children enjoyed it , there was late night opening , a good way of allowing the children to burn off some of their energy after a fun packed day